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Golf Plus

The Week

I've Got A Secret Callaway spent years, and millions, covertly developing the new Rule 35 ball. No wonder the company panicked when a man who knew too much quit to join the competition

By John Garrity And Lester Munson

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

My Shot I deserve the punishment I have received for trying to drive drunk

By Notah Begay III

Catching Up With...

Garo Yepremian, Dolphins Kicker January 3, 1972

By John O'Keefe

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Nike Gets Kinky

By John Walters

Stars of David There's a burgeoning subculture of devoted sports fans for whom no Jews is bad news

By Steve Rushin

Super Bowl XXXIV

The Greatest: Kurt Warner Leads Rams to Storybook Ending

Kurt Warner was his usual stellar self as the Rams hung on to beat the Titans in the best Super Bowl ever.

By Michael Silver

Super Bowl Xxxiv

Defying Logic When conventional wisdom screamed that he should run down the clock, Mike Martz stuck to his guns and went for broke

By Paul Zimmerman

Redemption By taking the Rams all the way, Dick Vermeil erased some of the pain the '81 Super Bowl loss brought to his beloved Eagles

By Peter King

Boxing

Bloody Good Treated to a royal reception in England, Mike Tyson proved that he's still a contender with a brutally efficient second-round knockout of Julius Francis

By Richard Hoffer

Pro Basketball

Odd Man Out Loaded with talent but stuck on the bench, Philadelphia's Larry Hughes may have to go elsewhere to find work

By Marty Burns

Tennis

Boot Camp

The world's top-ranked players, Andre Agassi and Martina Hingis, had a chance to escape the heels of their respective nemeses in Australia, but only one of them did

By Gary Smith

College Basketball

Grand Kenyon High-flying, shot-defying Cincinnati center Kenyon Martin is taking his game and the Bearcats to new heights

By Grant Wahl

Baseball

Look Who's Here Scouts who ignored Mexican slugger Erubiel Durazo have huevos on their faces after his dazzling Arizona debut

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

He's Sura Himself Again A new offense has helped Cleveland guard Bob Sura regain his confidence

By Marty Burns

Inside College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Seth Davis And Tim Crothers

High-Tech Scoring Machine Since getting the rules down, Betty Lennox has been all but unstoppable

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

Have I Got A League For You! New CBA owner Isiah Thomas is selling a high-scoring, high-quality brand of minor league hoops, but is NBA commissioner David Stern buying?

By Kevin Conley

Two Men, Two Flips of Fate

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Patience Is a Virtue Michigan standout Jeff Jillson, a first-round pick of the San Jose Sharks, isn't rushing to join the pros

By B.J. Schecter

Not Too Hot To Handle After All

By S.L. Price

Leading Off

Uh, What Is Croatian for Moose? Fort Kent may be in remotest Maine, but it draws players from all over the world

By Jeff Pearlman

You Have to Have A Screw Loose When skeleton sled racing returns to the Olympics in 2002, no one will confuse it with ice dancing

By Kelley King

Under Construction Rodney Rogers is rebuilding his career in Phoenix's frontcourt

By Marty Burns

Party Animals Iris Love's dachshunds have life by the tail, but look for a boxer to win Westminster

By Franz Lidz

Heads Will Roll

By Mark Beech

Letters

Scorecard Janikowski's Woes--BCS Forever!--Itchy Iceman--Olympic Sniping?

By Peter King; Tim Layden; Ivan Maisel Edited by Mark Mravic and Richard O'Brien

What Might Have Been

By Frank Deford Edited by Mark Mravic and Richard O'Brien

Rash Judgments

By Mark Beech Edited by Mark Mravic and Richard O'Brien

Faces in the Crowd